About Diamond Mike

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I was adopted as an infant and grew up in New Albany, Indiana. My adopted mother lovingly instilled in me the idea that all things are possible, and the amazing thing about every day is we create it. In this site you will find wonder, imagination, and the secrets to create your own success.

In honor of my adoptive mother and the birth mother I have never known, I established the Why Mom Deserves a Diamond® contest. Every year, thousands of kids submit words of love and appreciation for the chance to win a diamond or other gemstones to give to their moms. Today the contest is in honor of all moms.

I am the author of Moon Over Mountains- the Search for Mom, The Legend of Why Mom Deserves a Diamond, Tales of Imagination- Everything is Real, and many other books.

I am a GIA gemologist and the founder of Gallery of Diamonds jewelers in Orange County, California. If you live far away, you can order my creations from www.GalleryOfDiamonds.com.

If you would like to see the Why Mom Deserves a Diamond contest grow, please join me. There are many ways you can become a contest supporter. Call me at 714-549-2000, or email me at info@galleryofdiamonds.com.

Have a Diamond Day,
Diamond Mike Watson

www.GalleryOfDiamonds.com

www.WhyMomDeservesADiamond.com

225 responses to “About Diamond Mike

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  2. I came to your blog because of rarasaur’s post which made me think you and your wife must be exceptional human beings. Looking forward to reading some of what you post. Blessed be

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  4. Thanks very much for the recent visit to (and follow of) my blog. It had the happy consequence of bringing me here and I’ve enjoyed perusing your entries and learning about the motivation for and history of your contest.

  5. As a follower of “A Way With Words”, you are invited to a domain warming party as I move to a new blog address. Click on this link –

    http://awaywithwordsblog.com

    You’ll think you are in a parallel universe.

    While you are there, be sure to click the “Follow” button. Within the next week, I plan to publish exclusively from this site. Don’t miss out on any of the fun!

  6. Thanks for visiting my blog. Very much appreciated. I look forward to following your stories and musings. You have good stuff here!

  7. Hi Michael, I wanted to thank you for following my blog ‘Beyond Beauty Tips’ and supporting me in my journey for six months.
    I recently moved that blog to its own domain http://toraveabout.com
    so I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to my blog at its new address.
    I hope to see you there. Thanks!

  8. How beautiful that you created a contest to honor your mothers… Though this is my first visit to your blog and I don’t know your story yet, I am sure I am correct in assuming that both of your mothers are/were very proud of their son… I know I would be.
    What a wonderful tribute…

    • Why thank you, Thirties! The wonderful mom I knew was my adoptive mom. My birthmother died before I had the chance to met her. The contest, however, is in honor of all moms. I’ll make sure I learn more about you.

      • You are very welcome. I’m sorry you weren’t able to meet your birth mother, but I am glad you had/have a wonderful Mom. It is wonderful that your run this contest in honor of all moms — what a special gift and tribute.

  9. Thanks for the follow, Mike! As I read your “About,” you kinda took me back to my days of romping the streets of Philly and hearing the “Robbins 8th and Walnut” commercials all the time. That was before Robbins jewelers outgrew Philly 🙂 Looking forward to connecting!

  10. You are so accomplished! My husband is adopted too, and he used to be a jeweler as well! A lot in common! I love that you created a contest! Awesome.

    Thanks for following my blog! I really like yours too!

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